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Adams County Board approves union contracts

8 months, 2 weeks ago by Bob Gough

Bargaining units get three year deals with 2 percent annual raises

The Adams County Board unanimously passed three year contracts with most of its bargaining units.
 
Those contracts include employees in the following offices. The office is listed and then the union representing the employees: 
Treasurer- Machinist, Court Services- Fraternal Order of Police, Sargeants- FOP, Deputies- FOP, Correctional Officers- FOP, Highway Dept/ Teamsters- Tech Local no. 916 affiliated w/ International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Recorder- Machinists, State's Attorney- Machinists, Paramedics/ EMTs- Machinists
 
The contracts include 2 percent annual raises.  
 
The old contracts had expired on November 30. 

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